Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Hayworth Launches Massive Fundraising Initiative – “Million Dollar March”

Conservative McCain Challenger Launches “Million Dollar March” Fundraising Initiative To Capitalize On Initial Successes, Momentum
PHOENIX, ARIZONA.  MARCH 2, 2010. With endorsements, grassroots and thousands of contributions flowing, conservative U.S. Senate candidate J.D. Hayworth has launched an ambitious fundraising initiative.

The campaign’s “Million Dollar March” is designed to capture the extraordinary enthusiasm being displayed across Arizona and the country to Hayworth’s call to replace Senator John McCain, who has spent over a quarter century in Washington. Hayworth said the effort would use events, direct mail and a robust online effort to reach the goal.

“We’ll never have all the lobbyists and special interest money the former critic of big money in politics will have. But we have the people. They are the ones supporting us in overwhelming margins in online surveys and with more grassroots mojo than the incumbent’s millions will ever be able to generate.  And now, via this major fundraising initiative we are going to place our campaign in the people¹s hands again,” Hayworth said.

“Some people encouraged us to call this effort ‘Stop March Madness’ because of the long-time senator¹s temperament, his transparent election year conversion to conservative positions or the thought of sending anyone to a broken Washington for a fourth decade. Instead, we landed on this name and this effort to further invoke and engage the incredible support from people rising up all over the country,” Hayworth Campaign Manager David Payne said.
Vulnerable to the more conservative Hayworth on taxes, the Second Amendment, pro-life and pro-family issues and illegal immigration, McCain has engaged in transparent election year flip-flopping.

McCain also voted for the $850 billion bailout of the big banks which included $150 billion in pork, proposed a $300 billion bailout for mortgage lenders and, according to the Heritage Foundation, sponsored an amnesty bill that would have cost taxpayers $2.6 trillion over the long-term.  And despite 28 years in Washington McCain now claims he was ‘misled’ on thebank bailout vote despite expressing no such concerns at the time. 

Most recently the incumbent introduced big government legislation with Democrat Senator Byron Dorgan that would strip away consumer choice and crush small businesses selling vitamins and health supplements in a giveaway to big drug companies.
For more information or to donate to the campaign, please go to www.JDforSenate.com.

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